Definitive Map Review
What is it?
The Definitive Map is the record of all public rights of way within the county. The County Council is legally required to keep the Definitive Map of public rights of way under continuous review and to make modifications where it appears that routes should be added, re-graded or deleted. Devon County Council achieves this by carrying out a parish-by-parish review across the county.
If you would like to provide information about added, re-graded or deleted routes please use our standard User Evidence or Landowner Evidence Forms, which can be found on our Useful Forms page.
Parishes currently under review
Information about parishes currently under review can be found by clicking on the parishes below.
|East Devon||Mid Devon||North Devon||South Hams||Teignbridge||Torridge||West Devon|
|Broadclyst||Cheriton Fitzpaine||Bittadon||Buckland Monachorum|
|Combe Raleigh||Clayhidon||Combe Martin||Northlew|
If you would like to provide information about any of the proposals please use our standard User Evidence or Landowner Evidence Forms, which can be found on our Useful Forms page.
For Definitive Map Review Policy Statements please see the Devon County Rights of Way Improvement Plan and relevant policy updates
For further information, please contact any of our Definitive Map Researchers at:
Public Rights of Way
Devon County Council
Exeter EX2 4QD
Tel: 0345 155 1004